Strong and lean in just four days a week, yes with three rest days!! You’ll pack into just about 30 minutes on average what would normally take an hour and a half at the gym building lean muscle and burning a ton of calories.
It’s called LIIFT4, and it’s an efficient, no-nonsense workout that combines weightlifting and calorie-burning high-intensity interval training (HIIT).
The moves are based on classic lifting techniques that let you isolate, stabilize, and focus each rep on the muscle group you’re working.
Every workout ends with a quick core routine for a full-body build and burn that leaves you shredded.
There are no gimmicky moves, no overly complicated routines, and no opportunity for boredom because you will do all 32 workouts of the program in real time never doing the same workout twice.
I LOVE this trainer and think this is going to be an AMAZING program!!!
Here Is The Remarkable Way LIIFT4 Works
Because you are only working out four days a week, the workouts are structured to keep you lifting on pace and constantly moving, while timed rest periods allow you to catch your breath before attacking each set.
If you train smart you’ll never overtrain.
Three recovery days a week give muscles time to repair so you can push harder, lift heavier, and get better results faster.
There are two phases for maximum results: For the first six weeks, you will build, cut, and define your body, followed by two weeks to burn through calories and fat, revealing your ultimate physique.
And since a hardworking body needs fuel, we’ve put together a LIIFT4 Nutrition Guide to make sure you’re getting all the protein, nutrients, and healthy carbs you need for your best results.
The Creator… Who Is Joel Freeman?
You know Joel from the program that I am a certified live instructor for, CORE DE FORCE, the mixed martial arts-inspired workout.
This time, he is flying solo — and he is pumped to get you motivated with the same workouts he does at home that have given him crazy-good results.
Working over 15 years in the health and fitness industry, Joel has held certifications from the American Fitness Association of America (AFAA) and the American Council on Exercise (ACE), and he’s currently a National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Certified Personal Trainer and Behavior Change Specialist.
From running day-to-day operations in gyms in Texas and Washington to directing Group X programming at Gold’s Gym SoCal and becoming an International Fitness Presenter — he’s done it all.
What Equipment Do I Need?
All you need is a set of light, medium, and heavy weights (depending on your fitness level), or you can substitute with resistance bands.
What Intensity Level Is LIIFT4?
The intensity level of LIIFT4 is high. Whether you are weightlifting or HIIT training, the breaks are short and Joel continually pushes you to do your best.
This is an intermediate to advanced program, but don’t let that scare you. There is a modifier you can follow for every workout.
How much space do I need for this program?
All you need is about a 6’×6′ space to get this program done.
Tell Me About The LIIFT4 Program and Nutrition Guide
The LIIFT4 Program and Nutrition Guide features simple, back-to-basics nutrition with common sense guidelines that facilitate muscle building and fat burning.
The BEST part is, you can still have a life — the plan includes an optional “cheat day.” There are no gimmicks, no complicated recipes. Just five easy steps designed to deliver serious results.